“When I said “I do” 10 years ago I took my vows seriously. I still do today. I made a commitment and keeping my promise to my spouse is important to me. But my crumbling marriage is having a negative impact on our children. Are there any alternatives to filing for divorce?”
“My gut tells me my spouse is cheating on me and I want to prove it. I want to do some investigating but I’m worried I might get into trouble. What can I do and not do to find out?”
“My divorce was finalized almost 5 years ago but since then I’ve continued to have disagreements with my ex-spouse about issues pertaining to our children. We can’t seem to handle these issues on our own and stay out of court. Our Judge is getting frustrated and told us he doesn’t want to see us in court again. Do I have any other options?”
“I just can’t live like this anymore. After twenty long years of marriage I’ve finally made the decision to get out. I’m emotionally ready to file for divorce but I’m terrified about the process. What can I do to prepare myself for what lies ahead?”
As if out of thin air, social media is now part of our daily lives—whether posting lengthy updates about our kiddos on Facebook or getting our national news updates in our Twitter feed. Here, we take a look at four of the most popular forms of social media, who each outlet is geared toward and tips for being social media savvy.